Cathleen Toomey wants us all to get smarter about aging. For the past 14 years, Toomey has been Vice President of Marketing for the RiverWoods Group, a family of not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) in New Hampshire. Toomey knows firsthand that the key to aging well is good information. And in the past few years, the volume of questions she has had — not just about CCRCs, but about all aspects of aging — has increased to such an extent that she decided to amplify the answers to a larger audience by launching a podcast.
“This is a passion project. I want to seek out answers to the questions people have, so we can elevate the conversation on aging,” says Cathleen Toomey.
The SENIORITY AUTHORITY podcasts are conversations that go in-depth with experts on a variety of topics, tackling essential advice, common dilemmas, and uncomfortable topics with warmth and humor. You can listen to Seniority Authority podcast free wherever you listen to podcasts.
New Hampshire PBS and the RiverWoods Group joined forces to bring Toomey’s down-to-earth wisdom to viewers across Northern New England in a series of short videos. The SENORITY AUTHORITY videos dive into some of the most pressing questions about aging. Using Toomey’s invaluable knowledge and perspective to help a larger audience get smarter about growing older, SENIORITY AUTHORITY is helping to ensure that our next chapter is as fulfilling and purposeful as possible.
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